Singapore: It was the happiest time to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday in Singapore when Modi invited Indian American citizens' invitation to India to visit PENS India to come to India. . Modi said through the dialect that when he met with Pence in America in 2017, he had told him in Hindi, "come to India". Modi repeated his invitation after this and pennes a feast to visit India. Hans, and said, "Thank you Mr. Prime Minister ... I hope that I will come to India." The US Vice President may travel to India in 2019.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday discussed with the Prime Ministers of Australia and Thailand to strengthen bilateral meetings in areas such as trade, defense and security. Modi is the first chief of any country to address the world's largest financial technology program. On the occasion of East Asia Summit, Modi discussed the strengthening of bilateral relations in the areas of trade, defense and security in separate meetings with Australia's Prime Minister, Scott Morrison and Prime Minister of Thailand, General Uttoo Chan Och. Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravi Shankara tweeted this information.
Kumar said, "There was a separate meeting between Modi and Morrison on the occasion of East Asia Summit in Singapore. Between the two leaders, there was good negotiations between trade and investment, defense and security and other areas of bilateral cooperation. "In another tweet, he said," East Asia Summit with Prime Minister Modi's Prime Minister Gen. PuTut Chan O Chaw There was a separate meeting on the occasion. In this meeting, discussions on issues of cooperation, defense, security and connectivity were discussed in trade and investment.
The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) tweeted, "There was a constructive meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Scott Morrison today." The prime minister also made bilateral meetings with US Vice-President Mike Pains and Singapore's Premier Li Tsen Loong, along with other global leaders. .